A few from Stoneleigh 6/5/07

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Postby Mr G » Sun May 06, 2007 10:14 pm

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Postby jonno » Sun May 06, 2007 11:29 pm

Thanks for that Mr G, shame i could'nt make it.

Looks like some tidy builds for a change ;)

So what BHP does the Cossy S4 make ?, was the S2000 powered car about ?

And cheers for the RS200 pics, pretty sure thats the paint scheme for the Legerra :D
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Postby grizzly adams » Mon May 07, 2007 8:02 am

Thanks Mr G, some nice motors there, puts mine to shame, still one day perhaps
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Postby qplate » Mon May 07, 2007 10:02 am

Some nice pics their, especially one of them ;) :D , I missed the rs200. I think thats one of the old Banham models that started life with Maestro mechanicals. I think it now has the underpinnings and motor from an Impreza, which makes a lot more sense.
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Postby Mr G » Mon May 07, 2007 6:22 pm

My mate was talking to Nick Hood who owns the S4 with the cossie lump installed but I was'nt keeping track of their conversation tbh just sniffing around the car and taking piccys :) I did'nt look at the figures on the dyno graphs just at the toque curve :) think it was around 450. Mentioned the site to Nick and he said he'd have a look as he only knows of the doc.

Did'nt see anything in S2000 flavour, although I was on the lookout - as well as sniffing around the melos's for the 4x4 one.

The RS200 makes more sense now if it is a modified banham maestro kit (Although how it would be on an N plate I don't know) as I thought it was a subaru engined SPD200 (Space frame chassis originally designed for ford V6 running gear) After looking in through the back window I actually saw a the floor pan and it all looked a little too production vehicle orientated to be a modified spaceframe + engine.

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Postby Andy S » Mon May 07, 2007 9:31 pm

jonno wrote: Thanks for that Mr G, shame i could'nt make it.

Looks like some tidy builds for a change ;)

So what BHP does the Cossy S4 make ?, was the S2000 powered car about ?

And cheers for the RS200 pics, pretty sure thats the paint scheme for the Legerra :D


The nicest Dutton to my mind was on the Eagle stand - a really straight P21 in BRG.

There was also a nice straight Legerra on another stand just across from the DOC stand.

Two or three nice straight Melos on the DOC stand stood out for me - clean and un fussed - shame that more people cant get the less is more vibe with regard to Duttons but to their own I guess (mellow moment)

The S4000 ;) - for sale at ?8000 on the net - was not at the show as far as I could see and I did not see the BHP graph on the spaceframe race car S4 - lots of work being done on it though.

Overall a pretty good show - shame about the weather on Monday which meant that most people went home just after Lunch when the tents had dried out sufficiently to be packed away. Across from us on the ShACC stand the GT40 went from a full two cars deep across the front of the stand - maybe 25-30 cars to 2 this morning and that was repeated across the show.

Did the show in the Westie and it never missed a beat.

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Postby Dutboy » Tue May 08, 2007 10:38 am

If i recall correctly Niel Hoods S4 cossie lump pumps out 630BHP at full chat so should be interesting at Llandow to say the least!!!!!
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Re: A few from Stoneleigh 6/5/07

Postby Cossydut » Tue Sep 28, 2010 10:26 am

Hi all
Have just joined the forum,after having some time away with work but back now working on the car,have just got to do rad and intercooler,seats,and fit the lights,all electrics are don,look foreword to taking it out on the track and road!would like to meet up with you all soon and will keep intouch on the forum,
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Re: A few from Stoneleigh 6/5/07

Postby snowy2 » Wed Sep 29, 2010 4:55 pm

welcome back, hope to see recent pics of your car on here.
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Re: A few from Stoneleigh 6/5/07

Postby Cossydut » Wed Sep 29, 2010 5:42 pm

Will post some pic,s up soon.good to see some nice cars on the forum,will go to Exeter show and catch up with a few dut owners I hope,the car will be all done by end of feb and will do some testing and setting up at castle coombe,look forward to the club trackday and meets
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